Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Teacher’s Response to NChouse89.com Article on August 7th, 2013

HHA Patron member David Wortman, a 14 year teacher in Catawba County schools, posted this response to this original article posted by Represenative Setzer (nchouse89.com) on education spending. [Orginal article can be found here: hickoryhumanist.org/2013/08/09/educationspending/] [[*NOTE: The link below to ‘nchouse89.com’

Posted in News, Political Issues

NCHOUSE89.com Education Spending Article

On August 7, 2013 Catawba County Rep. Representative Mitchell Setzer posted on nchouse89.com an article about misleading information about education spending in NC. I am re-posting the article content here in case of deletion from his website once the inaccurate facts

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HHA Voicemail 8-6-2013

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Hickory Daily Record – Press Release

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Logo Update:

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PRESS RELEASE SUBMITTED

Godless Group Forms in Hickory, NC           Date: 8/5/2013 Hickory Humanist Alliance is Newest Chapter of the American Humanist Association Hickory, NC – Nonreligious residents in the Catawba county area have formed a new humanist group where

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Unifour Secular Parent Coalition [USPC] Formation

Unifour Secular Parent Coalition [USPC] is a community of secular parents raising their children free of supernatural ideology.  We encourage freethought, reason, and scientific discovery, and encourage our children to “lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the

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GenXt [Generation Next] Formation

The goal of this youth group is to encourage curiosity, critical thinking, and tolerance among young people, as well as to provide a secular community and accurate information regarding a wide range of issues related to humanism, science, culture and

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